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FaCubeItches
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re: Does Kirby’s seat start to heat up with another loss in 2020?
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Does Kirby’s seat start to heat up with another loss in 2020?




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TheJimBrown7
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Honestly he's one hotshot QB away from having us contending for another NC.


Why would a highly rated QB come to UGA? It’s not Year 3 where Kirby can pull the used car salesman lines and tell these recruits, “I want the offense to be this and that and you to be the center point and spread them out, etc.”

It’s year 5. We still can’t pass. Over the last 12 games we’ve had NINE Instances where our QB failed to complete 50% of his passes.

2019 Fromm (5 times) vs. Mizzou, Auburn, A&M, GT, LSU
2020: Mathis vs Arkansas, Florida
2020: Bennett vs Alabama, Florida

This is no longer a “weakness” or “non-strength” this is becoming our identity as an offense under Kirby. And it is not sustainable.


djsdawg
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Why would a highly rated QB come to UGA?


Newman would be a first round pick if he decided to play at uga and would be on the heisman shortlist. Pretty good reasons.


ugafan426
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re: Does Kirby’s seat start to heat up with another loss in 2020?
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Why would a highly rated QB come to UGA


LINK

Better let this guy know


bigdawg7780
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re: Does Kirby’s seat start to heat up with another loss in 2020?
Beat Clemson to open next year and everyone whining the last 4 weeks will be sucking his dick


RD Dawg
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Why would a highly rated QB come to UGA?


We'll probably have the most talented group of WR's/TE's in the conference next year...provided nobody gets kicked off the team and everybody heals up.


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djsdawg
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should be hot now. We are never winning a national title with Kirby so it's time to shitcan him and find someone who will win one.




Change your name to VAGdawg.


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ArmydawgMD
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re: Does Kirby’s seat start to heat up with another loss in 2020?
I posted this in another thread, but at least we aren't Tennessee. They lose another and over on VolNation they are melting extremely hard. Seeing that gives me some perspective. If we are to run off every coach after a season that doesn't meet expectations we never will be able to achieve anything. Kirby will do a lot better if the fanbase doesn't continually mount underserving pressure on him. Overall Kirby has been an improvement from Mark Richt, lets be thankful


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Whiznot
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re: Does Kirby’s seat start to heat up with another loss in 2020?
No, injuries would be most responsible.


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Gtmodawg
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Newman would be a first round pick if he decided to play at uga and would be on the heisman shortlist. Pretty good reasons.


With our receivers propensity to fail to get open and dropping passes? Would he? The former wasn't a problem against UFs defense...we had receivers open, probably because UF would have been amazed if any of our QBs could get the ball that far down the field with simply slinging it and hoping. But the drops were crippling when your QB is not good.


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djsdawg
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With our receivers propensity to fail to get open and dropping passes? Would he?


He would be nailing these long balls, and the run game would open up big time. Thats why Kirby and Monken wanted him. Of course it would help a ton if Blaylock, MRJS, and Pickens were on the field.


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Gtmodawg
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quote:Why would a highly rated QB come to UGA LINK Better let this guy know


How long until he is ready to play? 6 years? 4? 2? Going to start as a TF against Clemson? One thing for certain, show out in game one next year and it could be a legend in the making. Unlikely to happen given out track record against teams with a pulse but hope springs eternal.

We have been down this road recently. Eason was going to save Richt. Fields/Mathis/Newman/Fields/Beck were all the answers at one time. Bennett is our starting QB. Hell, even Bennett was the answer at one point this year LOL. I hope dude makes Trevor Lawrence look like a game manager but past experience indicates that he will win 9-10 games a season and maybe a bowl game at UGA and come up just shy of expectations. That is OK. It is what 129 of 130 teams in CFB do every year. It is what we have done in what, 126 of 128 seasons???


Gtmodawg
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Beat Clemson to open next year and everyone whining the last 4 weeks will be sucking his dick


I will be first in line. The question is who did he play against in High School...one of the reports on 247 says "Does not get tested in high school with tight windows or with athletic pressures". That sounds promising. Say what you will about Jake Fromm dude played serious high school football and it was plain to see as a Freshman. Looking at Athens Christian Academy's schedule the last few years it doesn't look like a murderers row of deep south high school football.


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djsdawg
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past experience indicates that he will win 9-10 games a season


UGA won 13,11, and 12 games in 17-19. Lets hope for a strong grad transfer for 2021.


Gtmodawg
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UGA won 13,11, and 12 games in 17-19. Lets hope for a strong grad transfer for 2021.


And it has been wonderful. No natty but only 4 other teams can say they won a natty between 2017 and 2020. UGA ain't one of them, but neither are 128 other teams. That is perfectly OK if it is OK.


djsdawg
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And it has been wonderful.


The point is, your 9-10 win BS is wrong. Why do you repeat something you know is wrong?


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UnderDog68
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re: Does Kirby’s seat start to heat up with another loss in 2020?
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Better let this guy know...


I am wondering about this guys level of competition at an 'A' private school. I just wonder how he would look in 6-A or 7-A ball. We'll see, I guess. A boatload of schools offered him.


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tgdawg68
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re: Does Kirby’s seat start to heat up with another loss in 2020?
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This is no longer a “weakness” or “non-strength” this is becoming our identity as an offense under Kirby.


How so? He fired Coley after 1 year. Fromm leaves and Newman quits before playing. No spring practice for a brand new offense and catastrophic injuries. It's amazing how some people's misery wallowing clouds their judgement.


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Kimsey
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re: Does Kirby’s seat start to heat up with another loss in 2020?
If Kirby allows Monken to open up his offense the way he sees fit goes a long ways toward rallying the fan base. The man seems too stubborn to even entertain the idea.


tgdawg68
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re: Does Kirby’s seat start to heat up with another loss in 2020?
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The man seems too stubborn to even entertain the idea.


There is just no evidence of this. So far there has been 183 pass plays and 204 run plays. Take out Kentucky (where their defense lent ourselves to the run) and it's about even. The offense has been open enough but the execution, chiefly at QB, is what is lacking.


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